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  • adj. Related to the neo-primitivism movement


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  • His bold, neoprimitive graphic style was evident from the start, along with a macabre streak of humor and an uneasy sense that the surface gregariousness of middle-class life can quickly turn threatening.

    The Disembodied Director

  • If "Beyond Belief" saw Mr. Hirst in increasingly religious mode -- with pickled-animal versions of various biblical and saintly scenes -- then "For the Love of God" was a truly neoprimitive masterpiece, a pagan celebration of worldly goods over death itself.

    The Power 100

  • Instead of being a neoprimitive celebration of someone's girlfriend running off with their best mate, it's a little micro-campsite for people who spent all their money buying a ticket for EmergingTech and so need somewhere cheap to stay (or just don't want to live in another expensive hotel room or spend three hours commuting from San Francisco)

    Boing Boing: April 6, 2003 - April 12, 2003 Archives

  • Perhaps she entertained visions of a future wilderness where bison and Buicks would mingle in harmony and mutual respect, a neoprimitive prairie where both pinto and Pinto would run free.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • He began making films in the 60s -- flaunting his lack of technique and low budgets like a neoprimitive in Brigitte and Brigitte (1966), The Smugglers (1967), A Girl Is a Gun (1971), and Anatomy of a Relationship (1975) and implicitly mocking the glitz of the Hollywood films he wrote about.

    Chicago Reader

  • and currently in Dreamscapes of the Perverse as a slimmed-down version of the neoprimitive cybertribal 1 improvisational project Fukadugalon.

    wed-thu: scorpions, car, fructiferous society meeting, planning


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